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Download PDF Adrian Linte1, Cristina Căldăraru2, Dana Constantinescu2, Călin Popa3, Theodor Cebotaru3, Flaviu Şteiu3, Maria Alexandrescu4, Ana Fruntelată2, Şerban Bălănescu1 1 ...

Date : 08/07/2016

The 15 topics are (i) practical start-up and follow-up scheme for patients on NOACs; (ii) how to measure the anticoagulant effect of NOACs; (iii) drugdrug interactions and pharmacokinetics of NOACs; ...

Europace, EHRA PRACTICAL GUIDE, Hein Heidbuchel, Peter Verhamme, Marco Alings, Matthias Antz, Hans-Christoph Diener, Werner Hacke, Jonas Oldgren, Peter Sinnaeve, A. John Camm, Paulus Kirchhof

Date : 01/10/2015 Item size : 1118485 bytes

Prediction of coronary artery disease by left ventricular regional wall motion abnormalities in patients with stenosis of the aortic valve. Left ventricular regional wall motion abnormalities were ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R E Safford, A A Bove

Date : 01/03/1987

The findings of this study suggest that the presence of coronary artery disease increases the risk of aortic valve replacement whether or not coronary artery grafting is performed. Myocardial ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M Jones, P M Schofield, N H Brooks, J F Dark, H Moussalli, A K Deiraniya, R A Lawson, A N Rahman

Date : 01/07/1989

Prospective study during aortic valve replacement with transoesophageal cross sectionally guided M mode echocardiogram, combined with high-fidelity LV pressure recorded by pressure transducer tip ...

Heart, Research Article, X. Y. Jin, J. R. Pepper, D. G. Gibson

Date : 01/12/1996

The prevalence of significant coronary artery disease (reduction in luminal diameter by more than 50%) among 88 consecutive patients with aortic stenosis requiring aortic valve replacement at ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, N Exadactylos, D D Sugrue, C M Oakley

Date : 01/02/1984

A 75 year old man with severe angina caused by aortic stenosis and coronary artery disease was considered to be unsuitable for cardiac surgery after the recent removal of a bronchial carcinoma.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, N Bishop, M R Rees, A F Mackintosh

Date : 01/12/1987

To determine the relative importance of the different causes of isolated aortic valve stenosis in a surgical series, and to relate these to patient characteristics including the rate of insertion of ...

Heart, Research Article, M. J. Davies, T. Treasure, D. J. Parker

Date : 01/02/1996

METHODS--Patients were interviewed to determine the characteristics of syncope and were divided into those in whom syncope was consistently related to exertion (group 1, 26 patients) and those in ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P T Wilmshurst, P R Willicombe, M M Webb-Peploe

Date : 01/12/1993

OBJECTIVE--To assess the risk of aortic valve replacement and long-term follow-up in elderly patients with dominant aortic stenosis. Additional coronary artery disease and coronary bypass grafting ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, E. Straumann, W. Kiowski, I. Langer, E. Grädel, P. Stulz, D. Burckhardt, M. Pfisterer, F. Burkart

Date : 01/05/1994